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Die or Run – Greenside at Nicholson Square, Edinburgh

Writers: Hannah Ringham & Glen Neath Directors: Glen Neath, Hannah Ringham & Louise Mari Reviewer: Tom Ralphs Is it a homage to an 80s house party or to the 80s Conservative Party is a question that springs to mind midway through Die or Run as an early drug-fuelled stream of consciousness on all that was good about the decade that ...

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LATITUDE 2016: Glen Neath and David Rosenberg – Seance

Seance - Latitude Festival

Creators: Glen Neath and David Rosenberg, Venue: Pandora’s Playground Reviewer: Nicole Evans   As we take our seats in the shipping container there are giggles-a-plenty-a-plenty from the sceptical few participants in this performance of Seance. Absolute pitch darkness soon descends after the headphone-clad audience are invited to place our hands on the long and narrow table in front of us. ...

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LATITUDE LOWDOWN: Glen Neath – Seance

Seance - Latitude Festival

Festival season is in full flow, and here at The Reviews Hub we’re practising our tent pitching ahead of our return to Suffolk’s Latitude Festival. With so much happening across Henham Park it can be hard to choose what to see. Our cheeky Latitude Lowdon series offers you the chance to hear about some of the offerings to be had. ...

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Fiction – The Pleasance Dome – Edinburgh

Writer: Glen Neath Director: David Rosenberg Reviewer: Jaclyn Martin Prepare to enter a world where your sense of sight is removed and your world is experienced entirely through sound and, occasionally, touch. Upon entering the auditorium you are assigned a set of numbered headphones and must find the corresponding seat. This in itself feels a little unnerving, the eyes of ...

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Fiction – The Unity Theatre, Liverpool

Conceived by David Rosenberg and Glen Neath Reviewer: Clare Howdon Dreams have always been a fascinating subject for theatre makers. Katie Mitchell’s adaptation of August Strindberg’s; A Dream Play was wonderfully surreal and playful in it’s approach while Fuel Theatre’s latest offering Fiction, a collaboration between writer Glen Neath and director David Rosenberg, plunges into similar territory. While the subject ...

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Ring – Battersea Arts Centre, London

Director:David Rosenberg Writer: Glen Neath Reviewer: Christopher Hong   Headphones on, lights off, and fifty minutes in complete darkness may not sound like much of a fun thing, but it does develop some interesting ideas as to what pure sound is capable of. After a detailed set of instructions and a sly pre-show set up of name taking and ping ...

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Ring – The Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh

Writer: Glen Neath Composers: Ben and Max Ringham Director &Conceiver : David Roseberg Reviewer: Tom Finch [Rating:5] Entering the studio to watch Ring it is immediately clear that this production will be something altogether quite different. The audience, wearing large headphones take their seat, laid out in rows with no apparent stage there is a sense of trepidation. Soon the ...

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Preview: First Date – Warwick Arts Centre

Writer: David Ireland Director: Lorne Campbell Reviewer: Selwyn Knight Triggered@Warwick is a bespoke way of commissioning and supporting new work designed to deliver innovative artistic development opportunities. Warwick Arts Centre solicits projects from some of the UK’s most exciting theatre companies and acts as the catalyst that sets them in motion. It literally triggers the process that takes new ideas ...

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